Haralson County Real Estate

    Get to Know Haralson County:

    Haralson County borders the Alabama stateline. Imagine a rural countryside, with outposts of small communities and towns. Without a doubt, Haralson County is the definition of “quaint. Haralson County is made up of Bremen, Buchanan, Budapest, Draketown, Felton, Tallapoosa, and Waco. Each of these regions is appealing for various reasons. For example, Bremen is directly off of I-20 and has one of the most sought after school systems in the area. Tallapoosa and Waco are also off Interstate-20, and have adequate amounts of land available for development.

    Haralson County at a Glance:

    Home to Tallapoosa, Georgia (formerly known as “Possum Snout), the Haralson County area is full of fun history–make sure you visit the hugely attended annual New Year’s Eve “Possum Drop” that is held in the Downtown Tallapoosa area.You can also stop by and visit Bud Jones Taxidermy and Wildlife Museum, the West Georgia Museum of Tallapoosa, or the Veteran’s Memorial and Medal of Honor Park.

    Additionally, Bremen, home of the Mill Town Music Hall, was once known as  “The Clothing Center of the South.” If you visit the downtown district, you will see remnants of Sewell Manufacturing Company and Hubbard Slacks Company. In addition to being a town rich with history, Bremen offers many private subdivisions with beautiful homes. Overall, Haralson County is the best place for those who love historically rich, country living.

    Ask the Residents!

    Why do you love Haralson County?

    We have a huge, family community here. It just feels like home.

    Describe your perfect day?

    We love to canoe, so we would take the 327 mile Dub Denman Canoe Trail all the way to the Alabama Canoe Trail.

    One thing to know about Haralson County?

    There is so much history here–at one point, West Georgia was one of the largest wine-producing regions of the nation with immigrants from Hungary settling here in Haralson County to build their wine businesses. There is always something new to learn!